The Department of Science and Art

@article{TheDO,
  title={The Department of Science and Art},
  author={},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={48},
  pages={403-404}
}
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  • Nature
THE fortieth Report of the Department of Science and Art has just been issued, and is of a highly satisfactory character. From it we learn that in 1892 there was a very large increase, not only in the number of students and classes, but also in the number of schools or separate institutions in which science is taught. The number of classes in different branches of science in 1892 was 10,352, as against 8,568 in the preceding year, and the number of pupils under instruction showed the remarkable… 
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